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' Government agents made trips
on lake excursion steamers yes
terday and arrested 6 violators of
Mann act. No liquor to be sold,
on hoats at night.
George Burman Foster, Uni
versity of Chicago, told Woman's
party Cook county at Hotel La
Salle last night that they ought to
Frank Richter, 1941 W. Ohiq
sL, tailor, struck and badly hurt
by auto of H. Bernsfein, 1564" N.
Sawyer av., as he was crossing
Dfversey blvd. at N. Clark st.
T7ir rrmtprl fi familipc a 1 Sfi1!
"y N. Clark st. Toseoh Mahonev. in
bathtub when alarm came, ran to
street in bathrobe. $2000 damage.
Fred Grimstadt, 5213 W. 23d
st, struck Saturday night by N.
Clark st. cart was secreted 10
hours at Sheridan Park Hospital,
owned b'y car company, before
relatives were notified.
Conductor on Halsted st. car
tried to waken William Dunn, 823
E. 43d st. Dunn was dead.
Three policemen surprised two.
burglars at work on safe of Geo.
Cohn, grocer, 9 E. 47th st. Re
volver duel. Policeman Max
Vaughn narrowly escaped injury
George McDonald, 4712 Armour'
av., arrested ; other man escaped.
William Thomas stabbed by
John Katros, elevator hoy,in 6ght
at Hyde Park.Hotelwhepe they
are employed. Katros arrested.
- Mrs. G. A. Wanamaker, 169 W.
Chicago av-, and Jidward O Mal
ley, 9749 Avenue H S. Chicago,
saved from drowning by police
when rowboat capsized in lake,
half mile off 98th st
Henry Balke, 1641 Melrose s
who escaped from Dunning asy
lum sic months ago, went to his
home yesterday and attempted to
kill his wife with blunt instru
ment and attacked son, Arthur,
who ran for assistance. Balke es
caped. Roman Catholics yesterday cel
ebrated Stjonn the Baptist's day.
' 14 Chinese dpmino players ar
rested in raid on 555 S. Clark st.
Woman servant " believed to
have stolen $250 worth of jewelry
from home Dr. E. F. Daura, 744
N State st
Frank Varas, 44, 837 W 18th
st, died of injuries received last
Saturday when he was struck on
head by iron bar whie wording in
freight yard W. 51st and Wallace.
Dr. Johnston Meyers in sermon
at Immanuel Baptist churcfi urg
ed passage of law to prevent pres
ident from criticism.
Frederick Schreiber, 63, 2026
Sheffield av., twitted by frjends
because he married woman 20
years his junior, hung himself
from tree in Budlong's gjove,
Bryn Mawr and Lincoln avs.
Chief McWeeny, Capt Halpin
and 2 detectives haye left for Bal
timore io assist in preserving'ar
der at Democratic convention,
Thomas Dooley, plumber, 33,
2044 W. Superior st, died from
injuries received when he, fell
over porch of George Hinche, 741
N. Hoyne av
John Doolan, 50, 6626 S. Peoria
st, street car motorman, struck
and probably fatally injured by
auto driven by George Steiner,
5204 S. Hermitage av., chauff